• An open letter to the British People from His Excellency, Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations.

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    Dear Member of the British Voting Public,

    The Head of Government of your country, the Right Honourable David Cameron, PC, MP, Prime Minister and First Lord of the Treasury has recommended that you vote in favour of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland remaining in the European Union.

    The purpose of this communication is to inform you that a decision by the United Kingdom to leave the European Union would cause great instability and this would be reflected in the United Nations.

    As you may know, the United Kingdom has been since the formation of the United Nations Organization after World War Two, a Permanent Member of the Security Council with power of veto along with Republic of France, the Peoples Republic of China and the Russian Federation and the United States of America.

    The United Nations values the contribution the United Kingdom has made, makes and we very much hope will continue to make to the United Nations. As such on behalf of the Security Council of the United Nations I can announce that the Council fully endorses Mr Cameron’s recommendation and advises you in the strongest terms to follow this recommendation and that you should vote to REMAIN in the European Union.
    Be under no doubt whatsoever of the Very Serious Consequences of taking the erroneous advice of such as Mr Nigel Farage and to vote to leave the European Union.
    I can inform you that the Security Council is fully aware of Mr Nigel Farage and others of his ilk who seek to frustrate Mr Cameron’s plans.

    We look forward therefore to the day known as Midsummer’s Day in England – Friday 24th June 2016 when we hope to be receiving the news that the British Voting Public have followed the recommendation of Mr David Cameron.

    We therefore look forward with confidence that the British People will make the correct decision in Thursday 23rd June 2016 and vote to REMAIN in the European Union.

    Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General.